Data specific to Daylilies (Edit)
AHS link: AHS Daylily Cultivar Info
Hybridizer: Marsh
Year of Registration or Introduction: 1970
Foliage type: Semi-evergreen
Scape height: 24 inches
Bloom size: 7 inches
Bloom time: Midseason
Plant Traits: Diurnal
Bloom Traits: Bitone or Reverse Bitone
Bloom Form: Single
Color description: purple bitone with green throat
AHS Awards: Honorable Mention: 1974

General Plant Information (Edit)
Plant Habit: Herb/Forb
Life cycle: Perennial
Sun Requirements: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Minimum cold hardiness: Zone 4a -34.4 °C (-30 °F) to -31.7 °C (-25 °F)
Flowers: Showy
Fragrant
Propagation: Seeds: Will not come true from seed
Propagation: Other methods: Division
Ploidy: Tetraploid
Child plants: 43 child plants

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  • Daylily

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Location: SW Michigan
Date: summer 2023
first blooms of the season
Location: My garden in Missouri
Date: 2013-07-04
Location: SW Michigan
Date: 2018-07-11
First year here
Location: SW Michigan
Date: summer 2020
Location: SW Michigan
Date: summer 2021
mid-afternoon on hot sunny day

Photo Courtesy of Valley of the Daylilies. Used with Permission
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Photo Courtesy of Valley of the Daylilies. Used with Permission
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Courtesy of Shaw's Sunshine Gardens
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   Photo Courtesy of Smokeys Daylily Gardens Used with Permission
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Photo Courtesy of Cheryl's Daylilies. Used with Permission
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